AMD has announced that Chinese PC manufacturer TCL Computer Tech will begin offering customers a range of commercial notebooks and desktops based on its AMD64 processors.
Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor-based desktop systems from TCL Computer are available immediately, and AMD64-powered notebooks are expected to launch in April.
Chinese customers can choose AMD-based machines from the region's top seven computer manufacturers.
Yang Weiqiang, vice president of TCL Corporation and general manager of TCL Computer Tech, said: "Our cooperation with AMD is the result of our commitment to responding to market needs."
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